Imagine the new Millennium of everlasting peace, (1)
With no bullies at the workplace or at school,
Where justice there is known and truly practised,
And no political tyrants oppressively rule.
Where "every boy shall live his hundred years",
And "former things shall no more be remembered",
Where no one shall raise children for misfortune,
For the days of Godless wickedness are numbered.
Imagine having kind and tested friends,
With no unbridled tongues to gossip about,
God's Spirit "upon the air" to shame the guilty,
An end to poverty, worthless gold thrown out.
Where sectarian "harlots" no longer
Nor Sodomites survive in their abhorrent sins,
No faithless excuses of cowards will we grieve,
When the lasting joys of righteousness begin.
The Millennium Dome is planned for worldly gain,
With no holy festivals celebrated under its roof,
Thank God, like "chaff" we'll not recall the slain,
Their Godless motives judged by the sword of truth.